Siberian Cut - Netflix

Posted on Tue 09 April 2019 in netflix

Sean Vann is an American Logger with a plan -- a big plan. He's worked in the Russian forestry industry for the last seventeen years...but he's always been working for a boss. Now Sean is putting everything on the line for the opportunity of a lifetime in deepest Siberia. He has a 3-month contract to cut wood, set up his own operation and become master of his own destiny. There's just one snag: in order to fulfill his dream, Sean needs more men. He brings four American loggers to the frozen wilds of Siberia -- to work alongside his own Siberian crew. If Sean can fulfill his contract with the Russian colonel who runs the land, he is set to make hundreds of thousands of dollars. But if his dual nationality crew can't work together -- and survive temperatures of 40 below -- Sean's dream will be over before it even started.

Siberian Cut - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2014-03-06

Siberian Cut - Siberian Cossacks - Netflix

Siberian Cossacks were Cossacks who settled in the Siberian region of Russia from the end of the 16th century, following Yermak Timofeyevich's conquest of Siberia. In early periods, practically the whole Russian population in Siberia, especially the serving-men, were called Cossacks, but only in the loose sense of being neither land-owners nor peasants. Most of these people came from northwest Russia and had little connection to the Don Cossacks or Zaporozhian Cossacks.

Siberian Cut - Post revolution - Netflix

The Siberian Host was disbanded in 1919, following the Russian Revolution, and efforts were made by the new Soviet regime to eliminate the cultural and other distinctions of the cossacks at large. While some cossack regiments were reestablished in 1937, these did not include specifically Siberian units. Currently a regiment of the Russian Ground Forces at Borzya in the Eastern Military District has the title “Cossack”.

Siberian Cut - References - Netflix